Make sure your plants stay hydrated with this moisture detection tutorial from ronnietucker on instructables. We think this is a great, easy to follow tutorial that’s useful for teaching or rainy day weekend projects alike.
Here’s a really simple way to detect moisture in plant soil.
- An Arduino
- Two steel nails
- one 10k ohm resistor
- some lengths of wire
- soldering iron
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